[thelist] Please test my page?

Mark Joslyn Mark.Joslyn at SolimarSystems.com
Wed Mar 16 12:53:55 CST 2005


The GO button is chopped at the top.

nice design.


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Looked at it in Firefox 1.1 and IE 6 on XP SP2.

1) Taste submenu is always open and there is a gap between the search 
nav and the media one.
2) The bottom of the "g" is cutoff in both browsers
3) I don't see a "curve at the bottom of the navigation"
4) no overlap observed
5) no freakish arrangements


Norman W. Bunn
norman.bunn at craftedsolutions.com
Crafted Solutions, Inc.
Web Design & Development
Web Site Hosting & Custom Solutions
"Get the results the Internet promises;
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Rachell wrote:

>Hi All!
>I just finished coding this design (except for the links -- none of 
>them work yet), and before implementing the design on all our pages, I 
>want to make sure it's cross-browser/platform compatible.  Could you 
>guys please test it? It's at: 
>I'm mainly concerned that:
>1) The sub-navs pop up when moused over (for those of you who hate MMN, 
>I'm sorry, I tried having all subnavs visible, but it made the 
>navigation look way too cluttered).
>2) The 'g' from the logo that overlaps the design is aligned correctly 
>with the logo.
>3) The curve at the bottom of the navigation appears all in one piece 
>and is not duplicated or disappears when the mouseovered elements 
>4) None of the elements overlap (except for the 'g' mentioned above)
>5) None of the elements are freakishly arrayed all over the place
>Thank you guys so much!
>Rachell Coe
>King Estate Winery
>541-942-9874  Ext: 136


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